Eid-El-Kabir, Caretaker Chairman, Hon (Barr.) Zacchaeus Dare Michael, Muslims, Preaches Love, Tolerance, Sacrifice

Eid-El-Kabir: Hon (Barr.) Zacchaeus Dare Michael Greets Muslims, Preaches Love, Tolerance, Sacrifice

The Kabba/Bunu Local Government Area, Caretaker Chairman, Hon (Barr.) Zacchaeus Dare Michael has rejoiced with Nigerians, especially Muslims, on the occasion of Eid-el-Kabir celebration, urging them to show love, tolerance, and sacrifices as exemplified by Prophet Ibrahim (A.S).

He also encouraged the Muslim faithful to work with other faiths for the peace, unity and progress of Nigeria.

The chairman gave the advice in his separate Eid-el-Kabir messages to Nigerians.

He urged Muslims to use the occasion to deepen their faith and submission to the will of Allah.

He appealed to residents of the state and the local government area to show understanding and confidence in the present administration at all levels as efforts are being made to roll out more palliatives to cushion the effects of the fuel subsidy removal.

He said Nigeria is in dire straits as a nation, but “it is a period that demands that we work together in unison and join hands across ethno-religious inclinations for our collective progress.”

Hon (Barr.) Zacchaeus Dare Michael enjoined Muslims to sustain their prayers for the peace, security, and prosperity of the state and the nation.

“We must also imbibe the tenets of Islam which promote peace, tolerance, modesty, and love,” he said.

“Let’s have excellent relations with fellow humans, enjoining good and discouraging evils and mischief, and contributing positively to the growth of our community at all times,” he advised.

The caretaker chairman called for tolerance, sacrifice and commitment to the teachings of Allah as exemplified by Prophet Ibrahim.

He assured that his administration would work towards a better local government for all citizens irrespective of tribe, religion and ethnic differences.

“This solemn festival should reawaken our brotherhood spirit. Irrespective of our religious and ideological creeds, we must see each other as one. It is fundamental that we should all live peacefully and harmoniously. That is what will help to foster peace, love and true brotherhood among all Nigerians.”


Omofa John
SA on New Media To The Caretaker Chairman Kabba/Bunu LGA.

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